Ah the Premier League. British football’s crown jewel. The gift that keeps on giving (for about nine months of the year, anyway). It’s been ages since we gave it a good going over on All Bets, so today we’re dedicating our post to all things Premier League 2019/2020.
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There are 1o different matches on between 12:30 on Saturday and 20:00 on Monday (all UK times, in case you’re wondering). Here’s what you have to look forward to:
There are four main teams topping the Premier League table at the moment and it doesn’t look like they’ll get knocked off any time soon. After 12 weeks of play, it looks like this quartet’s domination is set to continue.
Liverpool are the top Premier League team in the 2019/2020 season by a long shot. This is delighting Liver Birds fans, as they have previously suffered badly from “Always the bridesmaid, never the bride” syndrome.
They have a magnificent 34 points, a solid 8 points ahead of their nearest rivals. Out of the last 12 games, they haven’t lost a single one. However their record isn’t pure wins. They drew their Week 11. Will their domination continue? Time will tell.
In joint second place on the Premier League table are Leicester City and Chelsea. Both teams have a total of 26 points and a fairly similar game record too. They have both won eight matches, drew two and lost two. The only difference is Chelsea is on something of a winning streak at the moment, whereas Leicester City lost their last match.
Just nipping the heels of its second-place rivals, Manchester City is third place on the Premier League 2019/2020 season table with a total of 25 points. Like Leicester City and Chelsea, Manchester City has won eight of this season’s matches so far. However, it has a slightly worse record because they lost three matches and drew just one.
Having said that, it’s so close for Manchester City that it’s really very conceivable that they can chip away at those other team’s leads and overtake them.